Marquette Wire

SCHMIDT: Unearthing player quirks and superstitions

Erik Schmidt

September 24, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

Athletes are a strange bunch. Their off-the-field antics include converting their last names into Spanish numerals, tattooing their business line’s logo onto their bald heads and operating the least friendly doggy daycare cen...

Men’s soccer looks to rebound from DePaul loss

Tim Kraft

September 24, 2009

Filed under Sports

The Marquette men’s soccer team has gotten off to another tough start in the Big East conference. A loss to DePaul and a draw against South Florida were not ideal results for the Golden Eagles last weekend, but the attitude ...

Freshman comes back from injury with eye for goal

David Peltz

September 22, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

For many athletes, recovering from injury can be a difficult journey. Many fail to return to their original skill level, but for some, they come back and prove their athleticism. The latter proved to be the case for freshman Adam...

Men’s soccer takes USF to draw

robert.shimp@marquette.edu

September 20, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette men’s soccer team opened Big East play in Tampa, Florida against the South Florida Bulls in dramatic fashion on Friday night, securing a point with a 1-1 draw. Marquette came into the game on a three-game slide,...

Bennett believes team is better than recent showings

David Peltz

September 17, 2009

Filed under Sports

  Last weekend, Marquette’s men’s soccer team had a total of 33 shots and 26 corner kicks over the span of two games. When the team played against Buffalo, Marquette earned 13 corners in the second half alone. But e...

Offensive Woes Slow Men’s Soccer

Mike Nelson

September 15, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

After losing 4-0 to Buffalo Friday night and 1-0 to California-Irvine Sunday, the Marquette men’s soccer team lost its last three games and has been outscored 7-0 in those games. For coach Louis Bennett the lack of offense is ...

Marquette falls at home to Buffalo, 4-0

Tim Kraft

September 11, 2009

Filed under News

To say tonight’s loss to the Buffalo Bulls was disappointing would be an understatement for the Marquette men’s soccer team. “It’s not disappointing, it’s bitterly disappointing,” coach Louis Bennett said. “We...

Marquette Invitational serves as Big East prep

David Peltz

September 10, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

  The Marquette Invitational kicks off tomorrow at Valley Fields, where the men’s soccer team will play host to Buffalo and on Sunday No. 9 California-Irvine in an attempt to put its season back on track. After a t...

GROVER: Still a long way to go for men’s soccer

Eric Grover

September 9, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

Like any college student, I enjoy cancelled classes, “Saved by the Bell” reruns, and to an exponentially higher degree, free food. Short of racing the Iditarod, there isn’t much I wouldn’t do for pizza on someone else’s...

Mallace nets late goal to slip by Wisconsin-Milwaukee

David Peltz

September 3, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The freshmen class of the Marquette men’s soccer team earned the right to hoist the Milwaukee Cup Tuesday, as the team defeated cross-town rival Wisconsin-Milwaukee for just the third time ever in 37 encounters. “It’s just...

Men’s soccer redshirts provide needed boost

David Peltz

August 30, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette men’s soccer team finished its preseason with a 4-2 win over Kentucky Friday afternoon at Valley Fields. The win earned the Golden Eagles an undefeated preseason after a draw against Valparaiso and an overtime...